Oh, No! Not Another Horror Story!

Okay, another story of Redevelopment incompetence run amok. Sorry, but it’s like eating potato chips; once you start… A visit to the City website will reward you with a list of historic buildings, including what they are calling the Landmark Plaza. The inclusion of this structure (see image above) on the list is obviously meant to be […]

Fullerton Council denies Roscoe’s appeal

Under the wise direction of newly elected Fullerton Mayor Don Bankhead, City Attorney Richard Jones instructed the other City Council Members to deny Roscoe’s Famous Deli owner Jack Franklin’s appeal of the Planning Commission’s denial of an application to maintain a bandstand for live and recorded amplified music outside. Councilperson Quirk said “I’ve never had […]

Fullerton Council Dumps Railroad Museum

On Dec 2, 2008 the Fullerton City Council voted not to include a first-class museum attraction, the Southern California Railroad Experience, in the Transportation Center Master Plan. Supporters of the attraction, which would be built on two acres of public land, claim that it could attract thousands of visitors into Downtown Fullerton. JMI/The Morgan Development Group […]

The Downtown Styrofoam Plaza

Who’s accountable for this junky clutter put on public land (the downtown plaza) using public funds? Think about the wasted space, materials, money. Think about how much effort it takes to keep these monsters clean, the paint is constantly peeling on their Cone Heads, styrofoam is popping out of it’s thin skin of stucco, the […]